Police talk to man in video in U-M student’s death

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — After a public appeal by police, a man has stepped forward to talk to investigators who are trying to solve the fatal shooting of a University of Michigan medical student.

Ann Arbor police say the man was being sought only because he may have information. He’s not considered a suspect in the death of 25-year-old Paul DeWolf.

Det. Lt. Robert Pfannes (PHAN’-iss) says the man voluntarily went to the police department Thursday after his photo from a security camera was released to the public. Police had been trying to learn his identity.

Pfannes says the photo was taken “in the area” of DeWolf’s home. He won’t elaborate.

DeWolf’s body was discovered on July 24 in a home where he lived with other medical students. Police consider the death a homicide.

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